Before cleaning the curtains, first determine the method and cleaning agent to be used according to the type of curtain fabric. Different curtains need different cleaning methods and cleaning agents. Here are some common curtain cleaning methods.
Before cleaning the curtains, you must first close the curtains, spray an appropriate amount of water or polishing agent on the window leaf, and wipe it with a rag to keep it clean and bright for a long time. The drawstring of the curtain can be gently wiped with a soft bristle brush. If the curtains are dirty, they can be cleaned with a cloth dipped in warm water-soluble detergent, or wiped off with a little ammonia solution.
Pull it down and scrub with a damp cloth. The roller is usually hollow, and a thin stick can be used with one end tied with fluff to reach in and rotate continuously to easily remove the dust inside.
First, remove the curtains and soak them in a neutral or alkaline special detergent, gently press them with your hands to remove stains on the surface of the curtains, and place them on a sloping shelf after washing, so that the water will drip dry automatically and it will be as clean as new.Canvas or hemp curtains
Use a sponge dipped in some warm water or a liquid mixed with a soap solution or ammonia solution to wipe it, and roll it up after drying. This method saves time and effort and has better results.
Electrostatic flocking cloth curtain
This kind of curtain must not be soaked in water, rubbed or brushed, just dipped a small amount of alcohol or gasoline with a cotton yarn head and rubbed it lightly. If the flannel is too wet, do not twist it forcefully to prevent the fluff from falling off and affecting the appearance. You can use your hands to remove the moisture or let it dry naturally to maintain the original appearance of flocking.
Austrian lace window
When cleaning, first use a clothes vacuum cleaner to remove the dust on the lace, and then use a soft feather brush to gently sweep it, but be careful not to break or skew the decorative lace. Curtains made of ordinary fabrics can be wiped with a damp cloth, or washed gently in clean water or washing machine as usual.